Talk:Lake-effect precipitation

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Disassociation with Lake Effect Snow[edit]

Hi everyone, I suggest we should break the lake effect snow topic away from the lake effect redirect.

The whole issue is because the term “lake effect” simply refers to any atmospheric phenomenon which is a result of a lake. For example, the oasis effect is a lake effect phenomenon which occurs in the summer. There may also be lake induced thunderstorms which are September/October events and of course, lake effect rain which while very similar to snow is still not snow.

Just my 2 cents.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Theonlysilentbob (talkcontribs)

I agree that there should be an article here, I reverted the redirect to make this page appear in Category:Needed-Class meteorology articles. I will get to it soon hopefully. -RunningOnBrains 17:48, 28 June 2008 (UTC)